Lovely Front Porch Chairs

Holla and Good Monday morning, to you! I hope y’all had a great weekend! I got a bunch of yard work done. Besides trimming some bushes, I planted flowers and herbs which I’ll show you soon. I’m so excited today to show you my new front porch chairs.

We bought these two black iron chairs with cushions at Lowe’s on Friday night. I am almost giddy with excitement because these chairs have been on my “wish list” for a long time. Aren’t the cushions so fun?

This time of year we are living out here on the porch.  It’s so fun to watch the cars go by, to wave at neighbors and to bake treats to run across the street to our sweet, elderly neighbors.

These are the chairs we’ve used for three years. They are nice {and comfortable} chairs. We just wanted something a bit sturdier…and less red. :) We passed the red chairs on to my sweet sister for her front porch.

I love how cheerful the green patterned cushions are.  The chairs go well with my Bamboo Porch Table Makeover from last year.

So pretty!

I pulled out my Springy Appliqued “Bloom” Pillow and one other pillow for the chippy wooden bench.

And that, my friends, is the front porch update!

Ridley and I picked up a hummingbird feeder the other day on sale from Hobby Lobby, so we’ll be adding that as soon as the hubs can get a chain hooked on the too-tall-for-pregnant-momma-to-reach porch ceiling.

Do you have a front porch? Is the weather allowing you to enjoy living more outside recently?

I’m linking up to Rhoda’s Porch Party and Thrifty Decor Chick!



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  1. says

    I have some similar chairs on my Americana-themed porch. Just thought about making some cushions for my chairs with some estate- sale Americana fabric.



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